WATCH: WJSN CHOCOME tries singing Tagalog version of “Hmph”

WJSN CHOCOME was the most recent guests to try out Rolling‘s Transonglation Challenge!

In the show’s 31st episode, Luda, Soobin, Yeoreum, and Dayoung showcased their language skills as they attempted to sing their debut single “Hmph” in Bahasa Indonesia, Thai, and Tagalog. Yeoreum and Dayoung were tasked to sing in Thai, and Luda and Soobin had to sing in Tagalog, while both teams had to sing in Indonesian.

Upon seeing the food from the three countries, Soobin pointed out that they have been to the Philippines before. Dayoung then talked about the warm welcome Filipino Ujungs gave them at the airport and how it gave them the strength to perform. They were here for K-Pop Republic 2 in 2017 with GFriend, N. Flying, and NCT 127.

Soobin also showed off what she learned from Filipino Ujungs from when the girls were here before by saying “Mahal kita” with a matching heart.

Check out how they did here:

Clara Palma
A frustrated supermodel/ballerina/novelist who lists Super Junior, EXO, and Infinite as some of her favorite groups, Clara’s first exposure to all things Korean was through K-dramas Lovers in Paris and Goong. She is willing to talk about fashion, beauty, dance, books, all things baduy, and figure skating over a cup of tea. She co-runs a figure skating blog You Only Lutz Once with fellow KStreet contributor Bea. Check out her blog or follow her on Twitter.

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